DNC CONVENTION / PHILADELPHIA, PA — Hillary Clinton made history on Tuesday when she was officially named the Democratic Party Nominee for President of the United States. She needed 2382 to win the nomination.

After the roll call of states formalized Clinton’s nomination, she took her place in history as the first woman to lead a major party toward the White House.

Her husband and former President of the United States, Bill Clinton, will take the stage for a history-making appearance of his own at the Democratic convention. Former presidents often vouch for their potential successors, but never before has that candidate also been a spouse

The history making moment comes on the heels of a Gallup poll that shows Clinton’s unfavorables rising to the worst level since she entered politics decades ago.

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